Oahu tours are acclaimed by people all over the world for the fun and adventure that can be experienced. Whether you are visiting there for the first time or have already been there, there will always be something new to try. Here are some things to do and attractions while on Oahu tour activities.

Commune with Nature on Oahu Tours

No tour of Oahu is complete without visiting the island’s many attractions, which offer plenty of adventurous activities. There are certainly a lot of sites, so you should allocate enough time to visit as many of them as possible.

An Oahu tour can help you appreciate more and learn to connect with nature, especially with all the wonderful places you can visit. The Hawaiian Nature Center is one of the must-visit places on your Oahu tour. Established in the past, this organization aims to educate locals and visitors in Hawaii how to conserve the environment. One of the sites is in the Mahihi Valley where you can take part in guided narrated hikes, earth management projects, nature adventures and more. A hike to the world’s best-known volcanic crater, Diamond Head, should be included in your tour activity. The hike can be strenuous, but once you reach the top, the view will surely make all your tiredness go away.

Your itinerary should also include a visit to the Halona Blowhole, a true natural wonder. These blowholes are formed by molten lava tubes heading out to sea. When the waves are big, the blowhole shoots water up to 30 feet high, which is amazing. Next to the blowhole is Halona Beach Cove for swimming, surfing and other water activities. Meanwhile, there are also botanical gardens that will surely take your breath away during your trip. The Foster Botanical Garden features a variety of tropical plants from around the world. Meanwhile, the Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden, the largest on the entire island, is sure to be a peaceful haven to see plants growing from all over the world.

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Another place to visit during your trip to Oahu is the Hawaii Maritime Center. Here you can find various exhibits depicting the island’s maritime history. The Historic Aloha Tower is one of the tallest structures in all of Hawaii and a symbol of Hawaiian hospitality. The USS Arizona Memorial, located on Ford Island on Battleship Row in Pearl Harbor, is also a must-visit. And, of course, don’t miss the Kamehameha Statue, which honors Hawaii’s greatest historical figure, the famous King Kamehameha the Great.

Being on one of the most beautiful islands in the world, you won’t want to miss out on the many water activities on your Oahu tour. Meet the dolphins at Dolphin Quest at the Hilton Waikoloa Village, where you can find the natural habitat of the famous bottlenose dolphin. Feeding, petting, and playing with dolphins is sure to be an amazing experience. You can also go kayaking on Lanikai Beach, one of the best beaches on the island. Hanauma Bay is also a well-known snorkeling spot. Here you can snorkel, swim, picnic or sunbathe.